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Old 03-01-11, 08:48 PM
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Originally Posted by sailorbenjamin View Post
This made me laugh a bit. Is there even a derailleur under all that rust?!?
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Originally Posted by sailorbenjamin View Post
Replacement pins? Can you get these just a little oversized for a worn NR?
Depends - there are two variants in the lot; the one-piece pressed, and the tube-style pins.

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I couldn't let this thread pass me by without putting my .02 in...



Yeah, this one still actually works!

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Old 03-01-11, 11:42 PM
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Old 03-02-11, 01:40 AM
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^ What model is that Campagnolo derailleur? It looks great, I like the slender look of the pulley cage. The thinness reminds me of steel crank arms.
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Old 03-02-11, 06:34 AM
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Originally Posted by mkeller234 View Post
^ What model is that Campagnolo derailleur? It looks great, I like the slender look of the pulley cage. The thinness reminds me of steel crank arms.
Rally 3rd-gen. Note that it's simply a high-polish version of first-gen Rally w/a Super Record outer plate.

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A couple that I haven't seen pictured in this thread-
Croce:

Very early and later NOS Zeus 2000:

More late Zeus 2000:

and Zeus Criterium:


BTW- I'm looking for Zeus 2000 front derailleurs and shifter assemblies. Trade for..?
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I don't think I saw one of these on here...just put this on:



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here is what came stock on the Trek 460 I just obtained

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Originally Posted by cudak888 View Post
Depends - there are two variants in the lot; the one-piece pressed, and the tube-style pins.

-Kurt
So the tube style ones are replacable?
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This needs to be made into a jigsaw puzzle.
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Here is an Italian sweet I'm in the process of restoring.

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Old 03-23-11, 05:40 PM
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Here is an Italian sweet I'm in the process of restoring.
Sport bike with cambio corsa? Sweet! How about some more pictures?
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Old 03-23-11, 05:42 PM
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Originally Posted by zona55 View Post
Here is an Italian sweet I'm in the process of restoring.

Wow, you must need really long arms to shift that!

My '76 Super Record, soon to be reunited with it's original carrier, my Austro Daimler Ultima:



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Originally Posted by sailorbenjamin View Post
So the tube style ones are replacable?
I think both can be, it all depends on whether one has the tool to peen either pin properly. My first-gen Super has been rebuilt with the solid pins, but I've yet to see the later version done (either that, or I can't tell they've been repaired). I have a pair of tube-style pins sitting in that bag though.

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Arty phone pics of 3 NOS Suntours on my freezer. The VX finish is real harsh under a flash. The 3 pulley Cyclone bag is sealed so that's as good as the pic will get.

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I just finished this one.



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Gotta lace this guy up and give it a go:







On my Galletti:


About to install one of these on my a tandem with Sturmey 3 speed hub and triple sprocket:
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